Utah Trombone Authority [CD] - Utah Trombone Authority

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Utah Trombone Authority [CD] - Utah Trombone Authority


No doubt about it, the group’s name—Utah Trombone Authority—has a confident ring. And James Nova, Will Kimball, Mark Ammons, and Russell McKinney, blend skillfully and dynamically. Veteran engineer Jon Holloman captures the rich trombone harmonies with both warmth and clarity.

The program is exciting, with staples from the likes of Bach and Shostakovich, and playfully-conceived new works by local composers David Sargent and Murray Boren, both of whom enjoy national reputations. The program closes with a surprise. Local composer Steven Ricks has transcribed the Jimi Hendrix rock classic “Purple Haze” for unaccompanied trombone quartet. It sounds wonderful, and amazingly faithful to the original.



TRACKS

1. “Inertia”
Sean O'Loughlin


Tallis for Trombones
Thomas Tallis, arr. Russell McKinney
2. “If Ye Love Me”

3. “Verily, Verily, I Say unto You”

4. ”Third Tune from Archbishop
Parker’s Psalter”



5. 4
David Sargent


Three Persichetti Melodies
Vincent Persichetti
tunes from Hymns and Responses for the Church Year, op. 68
6. “With Breadth,” arr. Will Kimball

7. “Venerable,” arr. Russell McKinney

8. “Tenderly,” arr. Will Kimball


The Well-Tempered Clavier, BWV 857
Johann Sebastian Bach, arr. James Nova
9. Prelude no. 12 in F Minor

10. Fugue no. 12 in F Minor


24 Preludes and Fugues for Piano, op. 87
Dmitri Shostakovich, arr. James Nova
11. Prelude no. 4 in E Minor

12. Fugue no. 4 in E Minor


Antics for Four Trombones
Murray Boren
13. Movement I

14. Movement II

15. Movement III


16. “Purple Haze”
Jimi Hendrix, arr. by Steven Ricks



CREDITS

Executive Producer: Ron Simpson

Produced by Mark Ammons, with Jon Holloman and Ben Fales

Recorded by Jon Holloman in the Madsen Recital Hall, Brigham Young University

Edited and Mastered by Troy Sales

Tantara Records is an enterprise center in the School of Music at Brigham Young University, and part of the College of Fine Arts and Communications.

Performance Credits

James Nova, tenor trombone

Will Kimball, tenor & alto trombones

Mark Ammons, tenor trombone

Russell McKinney, bass trombone